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Your guess is as good as mine as to how to pronounce that. I thought the Latins ran their words together. It means Do you speak English. Invariably, the answer is "anyo" or "ani" which mean no. And of course, Ne, means yes. Confused enuf yet? I sure am. Man, I've been to places where very few people speak English, Chinese or Spanish, but this has …
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Ma elkísértem Jawoo sunimet az LMB Singers klubtermében tartott havi előadására. Nagyszerű kórusénekeket hallottam, finomat ettem és még szerencsehozó zsákocskát is kaptam ajándékba! Köszönöm! :-)
Today I joined Jawoo sunim to her monthly lecture held at the clubroom of LMB Singers. I enjoyed really nice choire songs, great food and received even a small giftbag that shall bring me luck! Thank you! :-)
... together (the groom is japanese). We had a bit of party afterwards at a beach house rented for the occasion.
Then it was back to Seoul to discover the sights the city has to offer, N seoul tower, the old traditional temples and "hanks" (korean houses) and exciting markets. This city is vibrant and interesting and its people very ...
... a 6-year-old daughter with Berry and is
accused of starving and punching Knight, causing her to miscarry.
Berry, the only one of the three women whose photographs have
appeared publicly since her release, had shorter hair with a blonde
streak in it. Knight, who authorities said had been taken captive first,
wore glasses, had closely cropped hair and spoke a bit haltingly.
Knight said in the video ...
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